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for the city or forconsultants. >> we tried to get ahold of mr. tang this evening. we got ahold of city officials. but they hadn't seen the lawsuit. this is at least the third lawsuit against the city. and they're hoping the third time is a charm. live in san jose, terry mcsweeney. >>> now, to a developing story. north korea confirming it did conduct a third nuclear test. this is according to the news service. they detected a seismic activity at the same location where north korea conducted tests in 2006 and 2009. the seismic activity was only a kilometer underground, an indication consistent with a nuclear blast. the test was far larger than the previous two conducted by the north. we'll continue to follow this developing story. >>> it is early tuesday morning in rome. and the catholic church is waking up to a bold, new chapter. the vatican had to work quickly to publish a special edition of its newspaper today. there's more than 1 billion catholics around the world. here's that newspaper. and many of them were shocked by pope benedict's announcement that he will resign at the end of t
's deputies got a call because there was a man who could not get ahold of his brother, he had been trying for hours and could not get ahold of him. three men were shot in the back bedroom of this home near forestville. police are not saying much, they say they were all shot, they say they knew each other and they do not believe it was a random crime or murder/suicide but neighbors say it is not knowing which makes it hard to deal with. >> not knowing is unnerving. >> this is a wonderful place. this is a wonderful place... >> reporter: from news chopper 2 you can see the crime scene from where this all took place and we are not sure who owns this house and they had a family member associated with this property. we are also told the coroner would be out here and processing the evidence and we are still trying to confirm that for you at this hour. again it looks like it will be a long day out here near forestville, there is a mobile command unit, it is shut down for now and certainly we are expecting them to use it today. we do know this investigation is just beginning. live near forestville
was a foster child. they're still trying to get ahold of her natural mother. as such, they do not want to make her name public. but a police source has confirmed her identity with cbs. >> when i go to class, i see her and i gave her a hug every day. >> reporter: she was only 13 years old, a student at green valley middle school in fairfield. authorities have not yet released her name, but some of her classmates know. >> it's hard, because i don't know why they would do this to a nice person. >> reporter: a man on a sunrise walk through allan witt park discovered the girl's body and flagged down a cop. >> she was last seen in the morning and hadn't returned after school. >> reporter: turns out, police in nearby suisun city had been working a case of a missing girl. they got a call from the girl's foster parent about 5:40 last evening. >> we started following up, seeing if we could locate her. of course, using all these investigative techniques we know, social media, phones, past friends. >> reporter: they didn't find her. then they picked the se
that an extremist leftwing group is behind the attack? >> well, it is suspected that they have managed to get ahold of his identity card, which would have been required for him to enter the premises. he did detonate the bomb in the visa section of the embassy. already, the media have been putting out his name and connecting him with the revolutionary people's liberation party, who have carried out suicide bombings like the sun in the past. only a year ago in a very similar situation, ap station was hit by a suicide bombing. he is being linked to a number of activities. they are already pretty confident who he is, and they are building up quite a profile in history of the men who has strong connections to bend violent organizations. >> evidence is stacking up. how nervous the country at the moment with all the violence in neighboring syria as well? >> the group has been strongly critical of the arrival of patriot missiles. although the prime minister has been saying it is not likely that it is connected. >> thank you for that. in mexico city, rescue workers are now in a race against time to find sur
with him in his retirement? >> i think he is going to be hard to get ahold of. >> the era of the resignation. >> we are lucky to have great leaders. they have set a legacy that the next pope will carry through. it will be a great time of growth for the church. >> about pope benedict xvi, he's the pope, cardinal. what from him stays with you from your knowing him, from him teaching you? what is his gift to you. >> each person is unique. so his uniqueness stays. but his beautiful way of expressing faith, centered on christ, he was born on holy saturday just before easter sunday. he was baptized four hours later. it was at the heart of his life. i think he announced his resignation at the beginning of lent because he wants to see the next pope at easter. >> it's -- like i said, that anxiety free, those things that he's willing to do, he's willing to be human with us. and he doesn't kind of -- he doesn't have that orderly thing. this is where we begin. >> he leads by example. >> yeah. so what do you look forward to? when do you look forwa
, people take pictures. there's that one woman p. i'm sure many of them on their phones trying to get ahold of their loved ones and their friends who are anxiously awaiting them at the port in mobile. these folks have had to go through hell, as we've mentioned. it is finally over. folks once again a live look right now at the first group of passengers that are being let off of this ship. i can tell you personally from my experiences on the triumph, that this is a process that is going to take several hours. hat to be done orderly despite the anxieties of the passenger and the crew and everyone who, quite frankly, wants this to be order. it needs to be done in an orderly fashion and that will take several hours. these are the first group of people, the first group of passengers that are getting off right now. of course, for many of them, this couldn't have come too soon. let's go ahead and show you video what it looked like earlier tonight as the ship was docking there at the port of mobile. you can see the folks there at the top of the ship holding signs and folks just, again, waiting to ge
just escaped the gunfire. >> locking down the school and i can't get ahold of anyone to let them know she's safe. she was actually right next to the shooter. i don't know. i'm so nervous, i don't know who to get in touch with to try and tell them she's home safe. >> only one person was wounded. a 17-year-old student with down syndrome. he has since recovered and returned to class. >>> the trial for a man suspected in the death of a mother and daughter gets derailed. the judge declared a mistrial in jason scott's case yesterday. scott is a former ups worker accused of killing delores and ebony dewitt in largo in 2009. a detective referenced scott's alleged involvement in several home invasions that were unrelated. the judge said the jury could only hear about one of those home invasions. scott will remain locked up until a new trial this fall. >>> this morning, police are looking for a person of interest in the murders of an elderly couple in fauquier county, virginia. they want to question john jeffries as they investigate the murders of nelson and ethel slack. the couple was found de
markets are grabbing ahold, so the world is healing. it's becoming less bad, if i can put it that way. as a result, i want cyclicals. some industrials, some technology. an energy or material company here or there. in defensive, i like health care. they're the kinds of names, free cash flow oriented, that i think can win. >> great to have you. >> thanks, maria. >> see you soon. up next, we're on the money, a legendary hedge fund manager speaks out about entitlements and america's future. and the clock is ticking. the sequester deadline draws near. what washington is waiting for. plus, later, technology may be where the jobs are. what the sector's booming business means for local governments. i'll talk to new york's top tech geek. >>> legendary former hedge fund manager stanley drukenmiller and jeff canada teamed up to raise awareness and warning about what they say is a much bigger problem than sequestration. that is the debt. this week, i spoke to them both about the bond market, unintended consequences and entitlements. >> the implications that we are going to spend money to go to ed
. brad is trying to chase him down. once he's got ahold-this thing, you can see the raccoon gnawing on his gloved hand. important to pntutno analser hardurg this. grad shows us the glove. it's not just the glove. he took a bite out of his hand. >> are you bit? >> i'd say so. a chunk out of my finger. >> not a good time to find out your gloves don't work. >> now i have rabies. >> the job is not over yet. there's one in the fireplace. >> maybe that's what i have been smelling. >> they go on to describe -- >> they make it and go over and over and over. >> brad is still bleeding here from the first raccoon, but he has to go on the roof to try to get the second one out of the chimney. >> i want to see this. >> katie points out, it's negative 20 degrees. they are able to get the second raccoon into the trap. >> got him? >> i got him. got to get out of here. >> please be careful. >> it's only two stories up. can't kill you. >> do not try this at home. >> this is a rewarding job. >> i might look into this. >> all right, everybody. it's time for the great ipad mini, give away. you have to ha
jihadi frenive enemies get ahold of them. >> we have tanks. at big al's tank em poreium. they are do it all. of course, getting traffic! [laughter] we'll not be undersold because i'm add madrigal about town. [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back to the show. as you know, there's a fear in this country that the traditional america, our angry fathers and hilariously gracious grandparents grew up in that is disappearing. it's true. change is coming to america and sometimes change isn't easy. >> big changes coming to monopoly. haz hasbro let people choose a new option. >> the robot, the cat. >> jon: its that be robot. you have a choice of a robot, who would not pick robot. >> it's the cat. [ laughter ] >> jon: cat? how did cat beat robot? [laughter] >> it was put to a national vote on the web and social media. >> jon: damn you internet! [laughter] and your insatiable love of cats! the internet and their cats. [ laughter ] i'm serious if the presidential election was held on line this would be our new commander in chief. [ laughter ] the internet loves cats. [laughter] technically t
. >> jon: can we get ahold of him -- >> it would help, right. >> jon: i believe he is at goldman saves. [ laughter ] >> probably. >> jon: stereotype alert. stereotype alert. [ laughter ] it seems that there is not any kind of infrom structure in place to get back to this idea of work being as valued as investment. >> well, right now people are earning less and less money. we have to figure out a way to earn more money. raising the minimum wage might be a good place to start. >> jon: they don't -- they always claim that that is -- we have to take a commercial. i don't want to run late. stay because really what are we going to -- get an internet account and you can watch it. pound foolish is on the bookshelves now. it is a tremendous book and breaks down this financial industry game that is being played. helaine olen. we'll be right back. [cheers andse]ause]
. if that happens, it could mean big problems for you come refund time. >> they'll get ahold of their social security numbers. they can get ahold of their social security numbers for their dependents, their children they claim on their tax return. that can cause massive delays in them getting the refund. >> tax companies say fraud stst are already working to steal identities. >>> some drivers in virginia are complaining about the price of driving on the new 495 expressway. many say the toll goes up even when there aren't any traffic issues in those lanes. transurban, which operates the lanes, says the pricing system is still adapting and drivers should expect less flux shactua in the coming months. the average trip costs about $1.50 but can go as high as $6 during the rush. >>> new this morning, people in chicago are breathing a sigh of relief after a convicted murderer who was released by accident finds himself back in police custody. steven robins is serving a 60-year sentence in the indiana state penitentiary for murder. wednesday night robins was mistakenly released after a court appeara
able to get ahold of him on the phone for a few hours. they ended up at this home on roth station road. that's when they called police. as far as what happened, we don't know. but police say this does not appear to be random. >> there did not appear to be a struggle. they died of gunshot wounds. >> kind of an execution style? >> i'm not gonna discuss that? >> a murder-suicide at all? >> no, it's not a murder- suicide. >> reporter: but what it is, well, that's still unclear. from newschopper2, another look at the area where you can see -- so you can see where this house is located. obviously, because it's set back a little bit, it's unclear how much could be heard. there are reports that neighbors heard commotion earlier in the day but it was a popping noise, burning something. we're still trying to get confirmation on that. when our crew left late last night, we're told the coroner would be here sometime today. when we arrived about 4:00 this morning, we're told maybe the coroner had already come and gone. it's been very quiet here and we'll keep you updated on "mornings on 2." live in
't -- the only time that we could get ahold of our family members and such was when the other cruise ship would pull up next to and it was kind of just the fight for the cell service line. some got through, some could not. i never could get through. first time i got through was thursday, when i could get ahold of my families. >> we're looking at images now of people cheering when the ship finally pulled into port. did you celebrate and say, okay, this is real, we're here, we're on land? >> yes. we were very happy to be close to land. it seemed like forever to get back. >> would you or your friends take another cruise? will you get back on a boat? >> i will. i don't know about all the crew members. it's funny. we were talking -- at the beginning of the ship, the cruise, we were having such a great time and let's do this again next year and, of course, we have to spend -- you know, we were with each other all day long. it was kind of like, okay, i think we've caught up with each other's families and stuff. maybe we won't need to do this for a couple more years. we tried to stay positive, as much
helped knock down the power line. we tried to get ahold of pg&e but firefighters are estimating it will be four hours before they get the power back on. there are not pg&e crews on scene right now. certainly it will be a long morning. the investigation under way. oakland police were out here. this all looks very suspicious to them. live in oakland claudine wong. >> we are now just two days from the super bowl. and in two hours whether hear from 49er coach jim harbaugh and his brother john harbaugh in a special news conference. topics will include family upbringing as well as sharing the same practice facility right now. jim harbaugh stood next to colin kaepernick as the team went through drills. they called the 100 minute practice the best of the season. the 49ers are under a new cloud of controversy. the team hoped to move past the antigay remarks of one player. however as ktvu tara moriarty tells us, two more players are now caught in the gay rights issue. >> two of the players who made the video at first denied ever making it. >> set goals for yourself. look forward to the fu
ahold of my and i was under the assumption that i left the matter in the hands of my agents. mr. pollard let me down and mr. pashelinsky was the agent of record on this. it's his name that son the poster. now it wouldn't matter, except that i am prohibited from come back to have this looked at again for a year from the time that it was dismissed. and i am not asking minto judge the substance of this. i am willing to go and work on that, but i'm just saying two wrongs don't make a right. there were two wrong ms. this matter. staff should have reached out to mr. pashelinsky and he could have picked up the ball when pollard dropped and he could have straightened things out and that didn't happen. all i'm asking as a matter of due process is to restore us back to the position we were in, and let the thing continue and let the chips fall where they will on the issue of the variance. i don't think it's fair to make me wait until next august or september to have to start this again, given the circumstances involved. thank you. >> mr. murphy, condolences for your father-in-law. i wanted to ask
was a foster child. they are trying to get ahold of her natural mother and they don't want to make her name public, but they have confirmed her identity with cbs. >> when i go to class, i see her. i give her a hug every day. >> she was only 13 years old. a student at green valley middle school. authorities have not yet released her name, but some of her classmates know. >> a man on a sunrise walk through allen whit park discovered the girl's body and flagged down a cop. >> she was last seen in the morning and hadn't returned after school. >> police in nearby sasoon city had been working a case of a missing girl. they got a call from the girl's foster parent yesterday evening. they put out a bulletin. >> we started following up to see if we could locate her. we know with social media, phones, past friends. >> they didn't find her, then they picked the search back up early this morning and as the police were on the phone, fairfield police said they believe they had a homicide victim matching the missing girl's description. >> police are not releasing a lot of details. we aren't sure wh
does somehow get ahold of your password, they don't have access to everything. > in most of these cases, does it come down to the password? is that the key? > > it can be a combination of things, because the sort of bad elements and hackers out there are not just trying to crack your password and get into your account that way, they can just send out bulk e-mails, mass emails that come into your account if they've hijacked somebody else's e-mail, for example. you click on a link, it takes you to a site that looks somewhat familiar but maybe is not quite right in some way. even by going to that site they may have gotten some information from you. of course, if you pass along anything sensitive or personal, then they've got that. so if you see something come into your inbox that doesn't seem quite right, there is a good chance that it isn't. you could verify it through a number of ways: call your bank, talk to your friend or family member if it's come from them. you may be doing them a favor by letting them know that this came in. > thank you for empowering us today. that is daniel sieber
the laws and crack down on those with mental challenges and prevent criminals from getting ahold of the guns in first place. >> would you support a ban on magazine rounds with more than ten rounds? >> absolutely not. >> why? >> look at the texas border. we have thousands of ranchers who live up and down the border. >> how much drug cartel have attacked people in texas? >> we have drug cartel members who have shot at law enforcement. >> civilians? >> if there's so brazen that they will shoot law enforcement officers, the innocent ranchers have to be fearful. >> have any rancher been confronted? >> absolutely. >> when? >> i can't tell you -- >> when? >> you said confronted. they're confronted ranchers on an ongoing basis. they deserve to have the ability to meet force with force, which is what the second amendment guarantees. these ranchers need to be able to protect themselves. let me add one more thing. you're in houston right now. there are members of the vicious gang ms-13 right here in houston as well as other deadly gangs. people here in houston have a right to defend themsel
hearing, ask him to get ahold of himself. this is the first time pistorius told his side of the story, that he shot and killed reeva steenkamp accidentally because he thought she was an intruder. but because he was so distraught, his lawyer actually had to read the statement for him. here's what the lawyer read in court, a part of the larger affidavit that was filed in this case. listen. >> i am an adult male, south african citizen and applicant in this application and seek to be released on bail. i make this affidavit of my own free will and have not been influenced. contents is true and correct. i failed to understand how i could be charged with murder. let alone premeditated murder. because i had no intention to kill my girlfriend. i have been informed that i have been accuse kd of murder. i deny the accusation. nothing can be further from the truth, that i planned the murder of my girlfriend. i have no intention to relocate as i love my country. i deny that i committed murder in the strongest point, even though i don't have to, i want to deal with these allegations. reeva had boug
street can we get ahold of it we? >we had a big announcement office max and office depot a big merger got of their leave the deal is not finalized yet. >> no one really knows. clearly this the story here is is let's compete with staples and amazon .com. everyone is looking for other business models. survival of the settled thifittest. staples is a pretty good competitor. >> i remember distinctly in 2003 or 2004 google was a hundred dollars a share. you have to be crazy to buy that stock and now is closing to over $800 this morning. >> would do all the story has to be you're not really and to sell bonds terribly well search is incredibly profitable. the story is they survived countless investigation into the privacy issue. i like google, it is a great company. it is interesting. if you put the global chart on the apple tart, gold is going up as apple is going down. you may get a buying opportunity this spring and google. it looks like they're not hiring this year in the apple analysts are growing. are they going to the new iphone five as? apple is a little weaker today and not hiring acros
of joe we want the media to get ahold of. we want them to know that joe cool and all that, but i mean, come on, man, in our locker room, we have 53 -- we got about 65, 69 different guys in the locker room. we happeneds down got probably the craziest, the nuttiest locker room in -- in -- in the nfl, and he fits right in with that. >> well, so much has been made of colin kaepernick's performance in the post season but flacco has been even better. eight touchdowns no interceptions and wince over andrew luck, peyton manning and tom brady. all right. so joe namath he is not but he's a winner in the post season and wing big. i've met a lot of fans on this trip living the super bowl dream. come and do it for their first time ever. vern is going to join us live now with a fan who has quite a super bowl resume. vern. >> absolutely. and what an experience it has been for some of these fans as we pan over to show you smouf the crowd. these are really long lines. they are waiting to get their picture taken next to the actual super bowl trophy that will be given out to the winning team tomorrow ni
will ever get her money back. >> but if those women could get ahold of him. >> there are certainly over 100 and i'm sure they have some ideas on what they would like to do to him. >>> well, what's not too good to be true is this weather. it's gorgeous outside. >> man, the joyful noise of all the children in the neighborhoods playing and the dogs barking at the park, it puts a smile on folks' face. although we could use rainfall, we'll see that next week, beautiful day outside today. many of you in the mid-70s in the south bay, inland as we start this holiday weekend around 7degrees for san francisco. san jose and santa rosa. oakland you hit 75 today. you're currently at 72. the cool spot it's chilly in livermore at 65 degrees. you hit the upper 60s. radar is clear. that's going to change, as well. kpix 5 high-def doppler radar will be showing some activity moving in monday evening. we have a holiday weekend coming up and it won't be that chilly overnight. 43 concord, 49 san francisco and napa 41. high pressure is in the perfect spot to at offshore
and the first thing i did was call and get ahold of the kids to find out where they all were. >> reporter: captain phil tingirides and his wife emada were on christopher dorner's hit list published on his facebook page. captain tingirides was on the board that fired dorner for falsely accusing another officer of brutality. >> they don't teach us in the academy how to protect your family when there's a maniac that wants to kill your children. >> once we got home, we explained to the kids as best we could that there was a threat, but we had to be strong. we had to put up the front that everything is good. you're protected here. >> reporter: what was it like at home? >> i didn't sleep at night. we had two officers posted in our backyard. every 20, 25 minutes, i'd just get up and look out my window. there they were standing tall with their gun in hand and their helmet on. and they never slept. >> reporter: dorner's rampage began with the murder of monica kwan and her fiancee in a parked car. kwan's father is a retired l.a.p.d. captain who represented dorner at the departmental he
athletes. watch what happens tonight when someone extremely little gets ahold of one. that's little finn right there, 14 months old. he grabs his uncle's camera for a tour of the house. there's the ceiling fan. he's about to take us on a tour of the living room carpet. there's the view he could provide. and then, ultimately, he focuses the camera on the true star of it all -- himself. we loved watching finn today. >>> when we come back here on the broadcast tonight, the great white sharks right off our coast this evening. and how you can track each of them from your home computer. there's a lot i had to do... watch my diet. stay active. start insulin... today, i learned there's something i don't have to do anymore. my doctor said that with novolog® flexpen, i don't have to use a syringe and a vial or carry a cooler. flexpen® comes prefilled with fast-acting insulin used to help control high blood sugar when you eat. dial the exact dose. inject by pushing a button. no drawing from a vial. you should eat a meal within 5 to 10 minutes after injecting novolog® (insulin aspart [rdna origin
the economy, climate change, immigration. we don't know. wait no longer. jimmy fallon got ahold of this exclusive sneak peek. >> together we have grown as a nation from infancy to adulthood. we've grown up. not unlike that clydesdale from the budweiser super bowl commercial. farmer is in his car, looks in the rearview mirror. and there's the horse racing toward him. you know, in a frantic gallop. and they reunite. they embrace the horse nuzzles the man's face as if to say thank you. and all the while stevie nix is singing that song "landslide" in the background. ♪ well i've been afraid of changing ♪ ♪ because i built my life around you ♪ >> fallon does a brilliant john boehner. let's accept that. ever wonder how the iowans with pass the cold winters in the noncaucus years? he got bacon lectured and a full on pork celebration. this year's blue ribbon bacon festival in des moines, iowa, more than 10,000 pounds of bacon were consumed. the true test to bacon love is who would wear this handwoven bacon dress worn by, of course, the bacon queen. here she is, america, your 2013
and they planned on getting ahold of people in public works to find out what streets will be prioritized. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> an autopsy is now underway for mindy mccreedy who died in her arkansas home yesterday. the 37-year-old singer shot herself and her dog. there are reports she had been dealing with a tough time, he was the father of her baby, she had two children and was known for her country hit, guys do it all the time and her song, 10,000 angels. >>> hundreds are expected in san bernardino for jerimiah mckay. he was a sheriff's deputy, and father of two. he was killed last week while pursuing christopher dorner the former lapd who killed two people. the resort owners are ready to put christopher dorner's gruesome death and the event behind them and they want everybody to know they are back open for business and there are a large number of skiers and snowboarders open for this president's day weekend. >>> the white house proposal has a backup plan incase congress has a plan of their own. they publicked a drafted decision from the white house and includes a dec
got ahold of white papers and e-mails from high-ranking employees in the u.s. government. china's leaders deny these claims and they their country is a victim of cyber attacks. >> translator: 14 million chinese computers were attacked from ip addresses abroad. met of these attacks mumm -- most of these attacks come from the united states. >> reporter: the cyber expert is speaking out. what the u.s. says the government should do in response to these attacks. that's when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> thank you, kyla. later this morning, san francisco mayor ed lee and the giants are expected to make a major announcement about a waterfront project. we showed you yesterday about the mission rock development. it includes plans to build businesses and restaurants. the giants own the land and anchor brewing company plans to expand its operation with a second location at the site, the chronicle reports. the port still has to approve the project. >>> mat cain is getting -- matt cain is getting ready for his opening day start. he will face the dodgers in los angel
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